|Martin County, Indiana
Rolling hills, a beautiful river, green pastures and family farms all contribute to the Martin County way of life it's a rural setting that's hard to find these days.
You'll find close-knit communities where neighbors still help neighbors and you can feel safe behind and unlocked door. Citizens display an old fashioned work ethic and enjoy the small town camaraderie of the 4-H and County Fair and the July 4 Catfish Festival. You may even go to town for groceries and find your car parked along side an Amish horse and buggy.
Martin State Forest with its wooded hills provides fall foliage viewing at its finest. As well, the area is the natural habitat of abundant wildlife.
Hindostan Falls, Jug Rock, West Boggs Lake, sandstone formations, golfing and more make it convenient to enjoy a weekend's fun without going far from home.
For more information about this exciting Southern Indiana destination, contact:
Martin County Chamber of Commerce
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